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Guide to install Openpay Payment Gateway & Assests to Prestashop v1.6.
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How can I add Openpay to my Prestashop v1.6 store?
A complete step-by-step guide on how to install and configure Openpay app.
By adding all informative assets helps promote the use of Openpay throughout your site or store.
Sign up for a live account and you're all set to take payments.
The purpose of this document is to enumerate the technical steps involved in the integration of Openpay plugin into an existing Prestashop 1.6 installation. The Openpay plugin has been developed for Prestashop v1.6.
If Prestashop 1.6 is not already installed, this document provides step-by-step instructions to install it:
This user guide will help you familiarize yourself with PrestaShop’s features:
Openpay integration has following modules:
- module: openpay
- cronjob: cron_openpay_purchase.php
Signing up for an Openpay merchant account
In order to start taking payments through Openpay, you need to sign up and get approval for an Openpay merchant account. Once your application is approved, you can configure Openpay Hosted Payment Solution module and start taking payments.
Openpay provides a test account and users for training and testing purpose.
In Prestashop, all the modules for customising the online shop are in the folder prestashop/modules.
Follow the steps below:
- The folder openpay must be inserted in this
- Then go to prestashop backoffice and navigate into the menu “Modules and Services”.
- Click “Install” on the module Openpay.
For the Openpay integration to work, the following needs to be configured in the Backoffice.
After these integration steps are completed, the refund and checkout features would be functional.
Following are the credentials for training environment:
Button Text: Openpay
Openpay Auth Token: 3-373|180D731A-F9C8-437B-8FC0-8341196D9CF0
Openpay Handover URL: https://retailer.myopenpay.com.au/websalestraining/?TransactionToken=
Openpay Service URL: https://api.training.myopenpay.com.au/v1/merchant
Modes: Staging (if working on Test)
Widget Minimum Price: $50
Widget Maximum Price: $5000
After these integration steps are completed, the refund and checkout features would
This section contains basic set of test cases. Detailed test reports are attached for your reference
Order products whose sum is higher than Widget Minimum Price (configured in Backoffice). Click on the Button “Openpay”. After clicking Buy now button, customer should be redirected to Openpay Payment Gateway. After execution of all steps, customer will come back to PrestaShop with status canceled or approved.
After refunding the Order status in Orders should be changed in “Openpay refund status”
Job can be tested manual. Insert the target link, which is configured in Cron task manager in the browser. Then all orders, which has Openpay “pending” status and are older than frequency time, should be changed in Openpay “approved” status or canceled.
The file cron_openpay_purchase.php is to be inserted in the folder prestashop/[your admin folder].
For jobs, we need the administrator module Cron tasks manager. It will be installed by default. After clicking “Configure” button, a new job should be created.
The link from cron_openpay_purchase.php file must be inserted there and the key should be used, which is created there.
Now this link can be inserted in a cronjob tool.
For example, crontab –e:
More information can be found in: https://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Cron/
Checkout using Openpay Payment Method
Select Openpay as your payment method and you will be redirected to Openpay portal to complete your payment.
Use our test customer
Username: [email protected]
Password: Test123 (DO NOT reset the password)
Once the plan is successfully submitted in Openpay, you will be redirected back to retailer site - order confirmation page.
Shows the placement of all the Openpay widgets and assets. You can test an Openpay plan creation on this site.
Openpay Demo Site
Take a test drive of our demo e-comm site and see how Openpay widgets and assets are set on an ecommerce website and understand end-to-end customer journey.
This section provides the credentials for test user and test merchant account on Openpay Training Environment to create and check your Openpay plan.
Openpay Username: 3-373
Openpay Password: 180D731A-F9C8-437B-8FC0-8341196D9CF0
Username: [email protected]
Please note: Openpay does not provide LIVE / Production test credentials. Our team is happy to test and certify your LIVE / Production site.
Openpay uses custom order status which will be automatically created after installing the module.
Customer completes the Openpay form and will be redirected to PrestaShop. If all is fine then the response status is LODGED, order will be placed with order status.
Next Step is to capture the order. If there will be some connection problems or capture will be failed then status will not be changed and order stay in Openpay pending status.
If capture was successful and the order status from Openpay response is not approved then order status will be changed to Openpay rejected status.
If capture was successful and order status from Openpay response is approved then order status will be changed to Openpay approved status and can be refunded. Every 30 minutes a job runs and checks the order that are in status Openpay pending status. If returned Openpay order status is Approved and Openpay plan status is Active then order status will be changed to Openpay approved status.
All Orders with status Openpay approved status can be partial and full refunded. If whole amount was refunded then order will be changed to Openpay refunded status.
Every 30 minutes a job runs and checks the order that are in status Openpay pending status. If returned Openpay order status is not Approved or returned Openpay plan status is not Active then order status will be changed to status Canceled.
Navigate to Modules and Services > List of modules > Openpay > Configure (dropdown) > Uninstall
Updated 3 months ago